You saw it here first! And if you think I’m overstating the case, here’s a CNN report on a Hillary House Party today in Iowa.
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Webster is Principal and Founder at Bruce F. Webster & Associates, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Brigham Young University. He works with organizations to help them with troubled or failed information technology (IT) projects. He has also worked in several dozen legal cases as a consultant and as a testifying expert, both in the United States and Japan. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can follow him on Twitter as @bfwebster.
Back on February 11th, I wrote the following on my Facebook page: I am not at all convinced of the “inevitability” of Clinton’s nomination or (if nominated) election. Keep in mind that at this point in 1991, Pres. GHW Bush had approval ratings approaching 90%, and most major potential Dem candidates kept their hats out […]
Remembering those veterans from our respective families who have since passed on (reposted from years past): Bruce Henderson: Peter Anderson, USMC — My dear departed uncle Peter served with Marine Intel during Vietnam Ian Henderson, RAF — My dear departed father — RAF pilot who served the crown during the Battle of Britain as well as […]
[5/6: made a few minor edits for clarification] I received “Clinton Cash” by Peter Schweizer on Tuesday (5/5) and read it completely before I went to bed. About two-thirds of the way through, it struck me: this was like reading an over-the-top political satire by Christopher Buckley. All the usual elements were there: charming (and not-so-charming) American politicians […]
I was being interviewed a little while ago by John Batchelor for his show (The John Batchelor Show), talking — as we have a few times already — about the Clinton e-mail scandal. John asked me about recovery of deleted e-mails on the near-mythical clintonemail.com server; I pointed out that — in my opinion — […]
[UPDATE 03/12/15 1657 MDT] A “Democratic source” is just now saying that the server was bought with personal funds and was for President Clinton’s office in the Chappaqua house. This sounds like an attempt to fend off any subpoena request based on it having been purchased and/or housed at taxpayer expense. In short, I […]
Over a period of nearly 16 years — since mid-1999 — I have been retained repeatedly as a consulting and/or testifying expert in litigation involving information technology (IT). Roughly half of my cases involved troubled or failed IT projects involving two or more parties; roughly half are intellectual property disputes (patent, trade secret, copyright); and […]
I’ve raised in prior posts (here and here) the issue of physical security of the clintonemail.com e-mal server, which is why were it was located and how it was set up matters. Last night, Mitch LaKind — who has experience setting up secure military e-mail servers — wrote me about the detailed issues surrounding Clinton’s approach. I’ll […]
I woke up this (Saturday, 3/7) morning to an e=mail labelled “Urgent from Confluence Networks” and addressed to myself and co-blogger Bruce Henderson. Here’s the complete text: Dear Sir, Your blog – http://andstillipersist.com/ – was brought to our attention and we would like to give you more information on the contents therein and correct the incorrect assumptions/conclusions […]
[UPDATE 03/10/15 0826 MDT] Besides coming to the conclusion (for now, at least) that Confluence Networks is a dead-end, I also have a new post up in which someone with actual government experience setting up secure e-mail servers weighs in on the physical security of the Clinton e-mail server. [END UPDATE] In my prior post […]